Category Archives: Phishing

Re: Appointment As UNICEF Ambassador-Sent to the Fordham Community Around March 23, 2017

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received on or about March 23, 2017. Please DO NOT respond to this
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UNITED NATIONS
Ambassador Registration Department,
Ambassador Ms Susan Namondo Ngongi
UNICEF (UN) Representative
P O BOX 4325
Accra, Ghana.
 
 
UNICEF GHANA 
4-8th Rangoon Close
P. O. Box AN 5051
Cantonment
Accra, Ghana.

Attn: Ambassador Select,


                                                Re: Appointment As UNICEF Ambassador.


 
  Greetings to you. Am Ms. Susan Namondo Ngongi the current UNICEF Representative in Ghana. On the behalf of the United Nations Children Fund(UNICEF) and the Federal Republic of Ghana, I wish to inform you that your name was in the Vetted list of candidate that World Health Organization (WHO) submitted for Appointment as the UNICEF New National/Regional Ambassador. Am very happy to inform you that you are among ten (10) selected by the new secretary general of United Nations Hon. António Guterres. The Executive Director of UNICEF Sir Anthony Lake, has given his acknowledgement on your  appointment as UNICEF National and Regional Ambassador as Field coordinator In Ghana, and the current new president of Ghana Nana Akfo-Addo has also given his consent to your appointment, among his agent for Ghana is to provide humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers in the country. Due to the increase of natural disaster and man-made crises around the globe, which has rendered most people homeless, there is an increase of lack of food, good water, education, shelter, and medication, which call for immediate attention. The need of humanitarian service has double more than ever; there is a high need of humanitarian officer that is why we do need you to care for some responsibility in refugee camps in Asia/Africa.
 
Benefits and Entitlements.
 
Ambassador’s benefit from family friendly, work-life, and diversity policies, and UNICEF is committed to maintaining a balanced gender and geographical representation. Other Benefits and entitlements include:
 
• Annual leave
• Dependency allowance
• Medical and dental insurance
• Pension scheme
• Rental subsidy
• Education grant
• Home leave
• Life insurance
• Paid sick leave
• Family leave
• Family Visit
• Maternity / Paternity adoption leave
• Special leave
 
Job Description.
 
Your responsibility as Field coordinator will be to care for the following.
 
    An administrative headquarters to coordinate services.
    Sleeping accommodations (frequently tents).
    Hygiene facilities (washing areas and latrines or toilets).
    Clinics, hospitals and immunization centers.
    Food distribution and therapeutic feeding centers.
    Communication equipment (e.g. radio).
    Security, including protection from banditry (e.g. barriers and security checkpoints).
    Peacekeeping troops to prevent armed violence.
    Places of worship.
    Schools and training centers (if permitted by the host country).
    Markets and shops (if permitted by the host country).
    Organizing workshop to educate children and women: given then education and preventive measure on health issues such as Aids, Cancer, Malaria, sickle cell anemia and typhoid fever
    Organizing a workshop to improve Talents in camps both children and women.
    Fund-Raising and Good communication.
 
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) will provide all these facility mentions above. Is there any Benefit of accepting this position? Yes, there are a lot of benefit and allowance that wait for the New National/Regional  UNICEF Ambassador. Below is the line-up of your salary, your salary is a post adjustment salary. The post adjustment salary includes, a monthly base salary multiplier and takes into account cost-of-living factors and exchange rate fluctuation as well as inflation.
 
 
Salary of $55,000.00USD
Health allowances $4,543.00USD
Traveling allowance $6,321.00USD
 
Which is sum up to $65,864,00USD that you will be receiving monthly, besides you will be given a compensation of $50.000USD, also a good furnish 4 bedroom Apartment (optional if you wish to relocate to the place of duty) and a private SUV of your choice from the United Nations. In addition to this, you also have the mandatory right to claim any fund from any other financial institution or organization, being you the beneficiary or benefactor, without any form of disagreement or controversy. Moreover, you will be able to set up a refugee camp or Orphanage home in your own residential country with the UN Certificate of permit that will be the issue to you.
 
 Ambassador selects, so what then hold you back from completing your registration? Kindly get back to me with the complete filled forms, alongside with a size passport photograph of yourself and any means of your identification (your personal file and document are safe with us, we cherish the confidentiality of our Staff), kindly send them as soon as possible to complete your registration, which will only take 7 working days before all files and your official document to be ready before you resume office with all benefit, allowance, and compensation to be given to you. 
 
 
 
Best Regard,
Ambassador Ms Susan Namondo Ngongi
UNICEF Representative,
For Urgent Reply: susan-unicef@diplomats.com
Accra, Ghana.
    
                                                         ©2017 Unicef – All rights reserved
 
 
 
 
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Eviction Notice #: Phishing Email Sent to the Fordham Community on 3/16/2017

This is a Phishing email that has been reported. This message was
received on or about March 16th, 2017. Please DO NOT respond to this
message or anything that looks like it. You may disregard and delete
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From: <owsaxj@wireconsult.com>
Date: Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 6:44 PM
Subject: Eviction Notice # …..
To: user@fordham.edu

The eviction will take place on the date named in the enclosure unless you:

1. Leave the property and return control of the property to the landlord;
or
2. The occupant has the right to pay full amount ordered by the Court in the warrant of restitution to the landlord to stop the eviction process, unless the court checked the box on the Warrant of Restitution that says \”Without Right of Redemption\”.

The occupant has the right to pay the redemption amount to the landlord in cash or check at any time before actual execution of the eviction will take place.
On the day of eviction, the payment shall be made to the landlord or landlord’s agent in the
presence of the Executive Service in orderto stop the eviction order execution.


To download details, please get more information here:


Get Your Eviction Notice <LINK HERE>


WARNING:
• Once Executive Service begins the eviction, any personal property that you leave in the leased premises is considered abandoned. The occupant does NOT have any right to re-enter the property or re-claim any property after the eviction process.
• All property may be disposed of by the landlord at any time after the eviction process begins. The landlord is prohibited from putting the property in the street or alleys.
This is the final notice of the date of the eviction that you will receive, even if the eviction date is postponed by the sheriff.



The hotelkeeper should deliver the payer 14 bright careers heed. This stop that the hotelkeeper cannot conjecture the day the notice is served on the tenant, and the hotelkeeper cannot conjecture the day the payer stirs up agitate elsewhere. Example: A payer has been having behind celebration and displeasing unlisted tenants . The hotelkeeper has hardened the payer aggregate caveats to control the partying, on the contrary the payer has forgotten the landlord. The hotelkeeper agrees to deliver the payer a 14 day notice to cease the occupation for worthy breach . If the hotelkeeper hand over the payer the notice on July 5, so the notice is adequate on July 20. Why? July 5 doesn’t conjecture seeing that is the yr the notice is served. July 6-19 are the 14 bright days, and July 20 doesn’t conjecture seeing this is the day the payer should move elsewhere.

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Fw: COPY OF DOCUMENTI – Phishing Email Sent to the Fordham Community on 2/7/2017

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received on or about February 7, 2017. Please DO NOT respond to this
message or anything that looks like it. You may disregard and delete
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From: Regional Traffic Management Offi Cordillera Administrative Region <rtmocar_opn@yahoo.com>

Date: Tue, Feb 7, 2017 at 9:34 PM
Subject: Fw: COPY OF DOCUMENTI
To: user@Fordham.edu

FYI
*There is an attached PDF titled “Document.pdf”, an image of which can be seen below*

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New Message Notification- Phishing Email Sent to the Fordham Community on 01/25/17

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received on or about January 25th, 2017. Please DO NOT respond to this
message or anything that looks like it. You may disregard and delete
this message. If you have any questions about the validity of this email
please contact IT Customer Care at 718-817-3999 or via email:
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From: Fordham Support <fordhamsupport@comcast.net>
Date: Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 2:10 PM
Subject: New Message Notification
To: user@fordham.edu

Your Fordham account Needs to be verified for security purpose.

Verify Now (Link contained within text)

Fordham University.

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Phishing Email With Subject ‘Urgent’ Sent to the Fordham Community on 01/17/17

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received on or about January 17th, 2017. Please DO NOT respond to this
message or anything that looks like it. You may disregard and delete
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From: user@fordham.edu
Date: Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 8:29 AM
Subject: Urgent
To: user@fordham.edu

2017 FORDHAM email update program, click UPDATE (<–Link here) and fill the form correctly to update your email.

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Phishing Email With No Subject Sent to the Fordham Community on 01/16/17

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received on or about January 16th, 2017. Please DO NOT respond to this
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From:Kelby Chrivia <kpchrivi@mtu.edu>
Date: Mon, Jan 16, 2017 at 11:54 AM
To: user@fordham.edu
Subject:

2017 FORDHAM email update program, click UPDATE (<–Link here) and fill the form correctly to update your email.

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ACG Website – Invitation to edit – Phishing Email Sent to the Fordham Community on 01/10/2017

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From: User <user@fordham.edu>
Date: Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 11:39 AM
Subject: ACG Website – Invitation to edit
To: user@fordham.edu

User has invited you to edit the following document:

ACG Website

Link Here
Google Docs: Create and edit documents online.
Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
You have received this email because someone shared a document with you from Google Docs.
Logo for Google Docs

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Article: Clever Phishing Trick You Need to Be Aware Of

“Despite the ever-evolving complexity of cyber-attacks and malware code, phishing and spear-phishing attacks remain the initial entry point in many of today’s security breaches.

In most phishing attacks, crooks leverage a common theme, asking users to update their profile information on various profiles, but redirecting users to pages hosted on lookalike domains.

As users have got accustomed to this basic phishing trick in recent years, attackers found other creative ways of phishing for login credentials.

One trick, first seen in June 2016, was observed again this past month. This clever phishing attack relies on telling users they received an important or secure file, and they need to visit a web page to view it.

The real trick takes place on the crook’s page, which shows a blurred out document on the background. To view the document, users have to enter their credentials.

The blurred out document seen in the page’s background acts as a promise for what users are going to receive if they authenticate. In fact, these are nothing more than simple web pages showing an image of a blurred out document, and nothing more. The only thing working on the page is the login form that will record any login credentials that you enter inside it.

2017 phishing attack
Page showing a blurred out image of a PDF file on the page’s background (Source: ISC)

Just like the 2016 attacks, crooks don’t specify which login credentials users have to fill in, and leave it to the user enter what he thinks he should entered. A careless user could enter anything from his Intranet details to Google logins.

Right now, based on the 2016 and 2017 incidents, these attacks are quite easy to detect. If the crooks behind these phishing pages would be less sloppy and spend more time in refining details, these type of attacks could be quite effective and harder to detect for what they really are.

Below are some screenshots from the June 2016 campaign.”

2016 phishing attack

 

 

*Multiple Subjects* Invitation to Edit/Collaborate – Phishing Emails Sent to the Fordham Community on 12/21/2016

These are Phishing emails that have been reported. These messages were
received on or about December 21st, 2016. Please DO NOT respond to these
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From: User <user@fordham.edu>
Date: Thu, Dec 21, 2016 at 6:42 PM
Subject: Dining Service Colleagues – Invitation to edit  OR Westworld – Invitation to collaborate OR Spring 2017 – View Intend to Enroll.xlsx OR CDC Events Tracker 2016-2017 – Invitation to edit
To: User@fordham.edu

User has invited you to edit the following spreadsheet:

(Link to spreadsheet here)

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David Maahle Shared this file: – Phishing Email Sent to the Fordham Community on 12/27/2016

This is a Phishing email that has been reported. This message was
received on or about December 27th, 2016. Please DO NOT respond to this
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From:  David Mahle <davidmmahle@gmail.com>
Date: Tues, Dec 12, 2016 at 7:32 AM
Subject: David Maahle Shared this file:
To: user@fordham.edu

                          Image result for Drop Box
                           Protected Message (2017)
        (davidmmahle@gmail.com) has sent you a protected file.

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